IMZ Academy “Re-Imagining the Orchestra for the Digital Age”
Taking place from 29-30 May in Vienna/Austria, this IMZ Academy is designed to help orchestras position and promote themselves in the digital world.
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After a successful first edition in August 2017, this IMZ Academy will yet again focus on the orchestra in digital space, covering all aspects of the visualisation and dissemination of orchestral performance: from event capture – whether for television, cinema or online- to effective audience development strategies, including specific opportunities through social media and online content.
This IMZ Academy takes place from 29-30 May 2018 at Music + Arts University of the City of Vienna (MUK), Vienna/Austria.
Benefits for participants at a glance:
- Speakers from renowned organisations share their professional insights
- Practice-driven approach to learning with real-life case studies and challenges
- Networking opportunities with international participants
- Meet potential co-operation partners within the IMZ Community
Join us and our expert speakers!
Peter Maniura, IMZ Academy Director, Head of Digital Development, BBC Arts
Becky Lees, Head of LSO Live, London Symphony Orchestra
Måns Pär Fogelberg, Producer GSOplay, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Eva Essvik, Audience and Business Developer, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
Kriss Russman, EMMY-nominated, multi-camera Director and Filmmaker
Since last year’s Orchestra Academy was rapidly fully booked, my advice is to secure your place quickly. Moreover, you can benefit from Early Bird Rates until 6 April!
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